Author: eharbison

As we celebrate 15 years since our arrival as a family here in Honduras, it is truly amazing to contemplate all that God has done here in that time frame. I think about the four of us arriving at a country rife with political upheaval...

I am typing this note just minutes after completing a quarterly meeting with our DESEO team. I wish each of you could experience the passion, energy, and organization of this incredible group of young men and women. The oldest is only 25 years old and...

Under the new leadership of Tyler Harbison, the boys at the Moses Project are experiencing some exciting and productive changes. One of the latest adventures was a mountain trek up Mount Celaque just before the beginning of Holy Week. The peak of Mount Celaque is...

Our DESEO team kicked off the school year in early March in 18 different public schools. The children at the schools that we have been visiting were so excited to see the team back. The love and acceptance they communicate to the children brings joy...

As they did last year, the Country View Family Farms (CVFF) company sent a group of their leaders to complete a project in one of the communities in which we work. This year they worked just around the corner from where the group worked last...

Brad Russell has led 8 teams over the past 10 years. His teams have always consisted of individuals from various churches, cities, or states. Each year he introduces new people to Mission UpReach, blessing us with new partnerships. This year was no exception. Brad led...

By Phil Waldron, CEO I Timothy 4:12 says, 12 Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity.” It has been fifteen years since we as the Waldron family landed here in Santa...

As Phil explained in his article, the decision to close the deaf school (for now) was a very difficult one. It is very challenging to make such decisions when one can see the impact a program is having. However, often there are factors that come...

While public schools have begun in February, the inconsistency of students and teachers means we begin our official DESEO program in March. Meanwhile, our team is busy preparing for the year. Part of their preparation this past month was a weeklong basketball training led by...

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